'Girls' season 4 has been busy with its guest casting of late, and where last season began with an appearance by a fan-favorite 'Orange Is the New Black' actress, the HBO dramedy is at it again. 'Orange' star Natasha Lyonne will break free of Litchfield to check in with Hannah on 'Girls' season 4, but as whom?
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The list of 'Girls' season 4 guest stars is getting longer and longer, first with the announcement of 'Community' vet Gillian Jacobs, and now with fan-favorite 'American Horror Story' and 'Star Trek' star Zachary Quinto. The 'Heroes' actor will guest in an upcoming episode of the HBO Brooklyn dramedy, but as whom, you wonder?
While we were excited for the last 'Girls' season 4 casting announcement of 'Community' vet Gillian Jacobs, it was somewhat tempered by the news that her stay might prove to be less permanent than we hoped. Though, the fourth year for HBO's Lena Dunham dramedy added another departing NBC vet for balance. 'Parenthood' vet Jason Ritter will put in a season 4 appearance for 'Girls,' as well, but as whom?
HBO proved a bit cagey in confirming that 'True Detective' had any involvement from Jessica Chastain, but another critically-acclaimed HBO series isn't hesitating to scoop up a fan-favorite actress. Fresh off the 'Community' cancellation, 'Girls' season 4 has added Gillian Jacobs to Britta Lena Dunham's life in a mysterious recurring role.
The moment 'Girls' star Adam Driver's name began flying around 'Star Wars 7' rumors and confirmations, fans of Lena Dunham's HBO dramedy have wondered if we'd see a significantly reduced presence for the muscular oddball actor in season 4. Now that Driver's 'Star Wars' casting has been made official, HBO sources assure that Hannah and Adam will still be together in season 4
HBO has long been a thorn in the side of streaming media enthusiasts, only licensing its content to be accessed through HBO GO, unlike the Netflix and Amazon Prime models that have become so commonplace in recent years. Now, the pay-cable network struck a surprising Amazon Prime deal to deliver streams of a variety of shows past and present, but don't expect to start that 'Game of Thrones' marathon just yet.
Last night's 'Girls' season 3 finale "Two Plane Rides" proved far less polarizing than its predecessors, cementing the third year of HBO's Lena Dunham dramedy on a much more even keel overall. Now, as planning begins for an already-ordered fourth season of 'Girls,' executive producer Judd Apatow reveals that the episode order has been cut, while showrunner Jenni Konner has her own insights into the fourth season.
Welcome back to another edition of 'Girls' Talk, in which we at ScreenCrush are joined by a critic each week to discuss the latest episode. This week, we're discussing the season 3 finale, in which Hannah receives some potentially life-changing (and relationship-changing) news. Meanwhile, Marnie comes clean to Shoshanna and promptly steps into a whole other mess, and Jessa discovers why Beadie really hired her.
Tonight brings the season 3 finale of 'Girls,' in which Hannah receives some exciting news that may change the course of her relationship. Meanwhile, Marnie comes to clean to Shoshanna, who is dealing with the repercussions of her great life experiment, and Jessa discovers the real reason why Beadie hired her.
Welcome to another edition of 'Girls' Talk, where we here at ScreenCrush are joined by critics each week to discuss the latest episode. This week, Hannah has Elijah accompany her to complete an assignment, Marnie makes her singing debut (officially), and Jessa decides to quit drugs and get a job (again).